Education Building Best of the Best for Kenosha County Fair 2014

fair-education-building-2014The Education Building at the Kenosha County fair is a showcase of work from school children in Kenosha County.

Each year, some are chosen for the Best of the Best honor.

Here’s 2014’s Best of the Best list:

Pre-K: Champion — Megan Grogan – Trevor-Wilmot; Reserve Champion: Christian McGee – Westosha Head Start.

Special Education — Champion: Noah Russ – Wheatland; Reserve Champion: Kameron Grenus – Wheatland.

Kindergarten: Champion — Natalea Brown – Randall; Reserve Champion: Alexis Davis – Bristol.

1st Grade: Champion — Sophia Paulowske – Brighton; Reserve Champion: Zoe Watanabe – Trevor-Wilmot.

2nd Grade: Champion — Mariah Marin – Trevor-Wilmot; Reserve Champion: Cali Loveless – Trevor-Wilmot.

3rd Grade: Champion — Kayla Wantanabe – Trevor-Wilmot; Reserve Champion: Sidney Peterson – Trevor-Wilmot.

4th Grade: Champion — Emma Schlagenhaft – Trevor-Wilmot; Reserve Champion: Mackenzie Joosten – Wheatland.

5th Grade: Champion — Hailey Kayler – Providence; Reserve Champion: Kaitlyn Pahl – St. Alphonsus.

6th Grade: Champion — Kelly Boland – Riverview; Reserve Champion: Kenzi Ketterhagen – Randall.

7th Grade: Champion — Trinity Lee – Randall; Reserve Champion: Grace Norberg – Randall.

8th Grade: Champion — Jarrett Reiter – Providence; Reserve Champion: Amy Poteracki – Randall.

GRAND CHAMPION — Jarrett Reiter – Providence (8th Grade)


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